UNICEF Spends Record Amount On Emergency Supplies In 2017

Xinhua News: 2017 record year for expenditure on emergency supplies for children: UNICEF
“The U.N.’s children agency reported Thursday that it spent over 500 million U.S. dollars to deliver emergency supplies to children in 2017, setting a record. The highest expenditure came as famine, droughts, conflict, and malnutrition threatened the survival of millions of children, especially in South Sudan, Yemen, Somalia, and north-east Nigeria, the agency UNICEF said…” (6/28).

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